SFIAFSan Francisco International Arts Festival
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An extensive educational program will also feature in 2019 as SFIAF expands its programs with Lines Dance Center, American Conservatory Theater, Friends of the San Francisco Public Library Bookstore, FLAX Art Supplies and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music among others.
SFIAF has unveiled its program for the 2019 Festival that will run from May 23 - June 2 and have as a central theme The Path to Democracy.
SFIAF 2019 is funded in part by the Bernard Osher Foundation, Sam Mazza Foundation, Taube Philanthropies, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Global Affairs Canada, Taiwan Academy, Taiwan Ministry of Culture and the Western Arts Federation (WESTAF).
Sumi Lee works with SFIAF primarily as the founder of Golden Gate Artists International (managers for Pablo Estigarribia).
It was in 2015 that SFIAF and FMCAC first collaborated to present the Festival and devoted a stage to the presentation of music.
SFIAF is thrilled to announce the lineup for the 2016 Program, which will take place from May 19 to June 5 in six venues at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and will feature more than 50 performance ensembles and more than 30 visual artists.
SFIAF 2016 will be headlined by Hiroshi Koike's Bridge Project from Japan with "Restaurant of Many Orders." The headline theatre company is Pan Pan Theatre from the Republic of Ireland with the award winning theatrical production "The Seagull and Other Birds." Pan Pan's is a roller coaster re-imagining of Chekhov's masterpiece.
San Francisco, CA, September 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- U.S./Japan Cultural Trade Network (CTN) & San Francisco International Arts Festival (SFIAF) in association with San Francisco State University present Eitetsu Hayashi Art of Wadaiko - The Heartbeat of Japan with EITETSU FU-UN no KAI Ensemble plus Special Guests Dee Spencer and Musicians from San Francisco School of the Arts.